Step 1 – Trim the canvas panel to fit your pillow. For this pillow, the back of the pillow cover was used.
Step 2 – Sew the lace under the pillow pocket by using a simple running stitch. If you love to sew on the machine, feel free to add your personal sewing skills!!!
Step 3 – Add your favorite colors of Tattered Angels High Impact Paint. They’re perfect for fabric, burlap, finished wood, raw wood and other textured surfaces.
Step 4 – Blot some of the High Impact Olive Paint off on a paper towel then add it to the panel to give a light, subtle appearance.
Step 5 – Once that is dry, follow the Wonder-Under Fusible Web instructions to fuse the canvas panel to the pillow cover. As added extra reinforcement, sew around the edge of the canvas panel. Here is a great video on how to use the Fusible Web.
Step 6 – Add hemp rope and a button to complete.
By adding other designs of Canvas Corp printed canvas sheets
to the pillow covers, you can easily change the theme of your decor from the holidays, to spring, to gardening, to farmhouse or rustic cowboy. Hope this inspires you to create a few pillows to mix and match.
Check out Sheila’s Blog and Instagram for more projects and ideas!
Here are a few more clever Farmhouse Kitchen Projects that are a perfect companion to Sheila’s Pillow:
Liz of Love Grows Wild created this simple pallet project for a mantel, shelf or counter in your kitchen, dining room or pantry. So simple and so country chic.
The panels are 13×18 in total size and can be used just like they are, cut to make pillows, DIY projects, seat covers, placemats, wall art and so much more. The screen printed panels are washable and can be tinted, painted or misted with a wide range of paints.
Pillows and wall art are great for decorating your eating spaces, but how about this functional craft that is perfect for holding cutlery? Madge Gillen of Midge and Madge Mingle created this cute cutlery holder featuring the Canvas Corp Farmhouse Kitchen Paper Collection, which is a perfect companion to the printed fabric.
Four mason jars, one cookbook, one vintage belt and a little bit of paper and you have the cutest DIY caddy we have seen. To see the blog post for all the details just click here: FARMHOUSE KITCHEN MASON JAR DECOR
If you are looking for a chic way to organize your favorite photos to coordinate with your farmhouse kitchen decor, why not try this simple Farmhouse Kitchen Recipe Crate created by Melissa Barbakoff of The Baked Equation Blog?
Hand write your recipes in fun stylized lettering, print off your favorite recipes or collect recipe cards at your wedding or girls night out.
This 7gypsies crate is available in 3 different colors – white, black and stained vintage wood, and holds 4×6 items like recipe cards, post cards, photos and more perfectly. Along with Farmhouse Kitchen Recipe Cards, Canvas Corp has the cutest Farmhouse File Folders, Thank You Cards and Note Cards. You can see the entire collection in the shop – Farmhouse Kitchen.
What is your kitchen style? French Country, Modern, European, Chic, Traditional, Funky, Vintage, Artsy, Industrial, Farmhouse Kitchen….maybe you have your own combination. Create fun crafty DIY projects that fit your personal style by choosing the right combination of craft supplies.
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